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The National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values (NCPHSRFV) has revealed that the pressures being piled on Ghana and other African nations by the Western imperialists led by the United Kingdom’s (UK) Prime Minister, Theresa May, for the legalization of same-sex marriage in Africa especially Ghana is a well-orchestrated plan to reduce the continent’s population.
According to the group, Western imperialists, after their many failed attempts to deplete the African race will stop at nothing to achieve their evil desire. Thus, the Western imperialists unweaving pressure on African leaders to legalize same-sex marriage is a ploy to reduce Africa’s population which they deemed a treat to their existence.
The revelation was made at a day’s media consultative Forum held in Accra as part of a series of regional media Consultative Fora to educate and sensitize the public on the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) phenomenon in Ghana.
In his address, the Executive Secretary/Spokesperson for the group, Lawyer Moses Foh-Amoaning admonished the general public especially media practitioners not be misled by those who believe they are civilized.
According to the Executive Secretary of NCPHSRFV, the coalition is putting in place strategies, to counter the activities of the entire LGBT rights movements.
“Our expose will enable Ghanaians, Africans and the world at large to react appropriately and timeously to the degenerated western moral behaviour which is in essence a veritable vestige of modern neo-colonialism, cultural imperialism and aggressive western cultural humanism,” he maintained.
Lawyer Foh-Amoaning hinted that the Coalition is in the process of coming up with a well-structured roadmap for developing a comprehensive solution-based customary and statute legislative framework to address the LGBT problem in Ghana.
As part of the activities earmarked by the Coalition, the Executive Secretary/Spokesperson, announced that his outfit which membership include: the Christian Council of Ghana, Catholic Bishops’ Conference, Ghana Muslims Mission, Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, Ghana Baptist Convention, and Ahmadiyya Muslims Mission will launch a National Prayer festival on June, 1, 2018.
He explained that the National Prayer festival will take place concurrently across all the regional and district capitals.
In another development, Members of Ghana’s parliament on Thursdays, May 24, 2018 revisited the LGBT issue on the Floor of the House when some MPs made statements to draw attention to the seriousness of the matter.
At the end of statements and other contributions from members, the House kicked against the legalization of gay marriage in Ghana and issued a caution to foreign powers that are mounting pressure on Ghana to take their same-sex marriage away.
The MPs have however, assured the nation that under any circumstances will they accommodate the act, which is gaining root in some developed countries.
They (MPs) have also sent a strong warning to the executive not to bow to external foreign pressures to legalize gay rights in Ghana.
“Mr Speaker, God created Adam and Eve but he did not create Eve and Eve or Adam and Adam, so that is where we have to start from…”
“God in his own infinite wisdom said he will ensure we multiply on earth but not that he would create Eve and Eve to stay like they are. Secondly, in Africa, we have our norms and cultural practices to protect,” an MP for Asokwa, Patricia Appiagyei argued on the floor of parliament.
On his part, Ghana’s longest serving MP, Alban Bagbin stating the official position of the legislature said same-sex marriage is a non-starter in Africa.
Mr Bagbin who doubles as the Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament in his argument added that he is excited with MPs response, and if the need be, the house will move a motion and give clear direction to the country.
Mr Bagbin stressed that Ghana’s parliament is fully grown and can no longer allow the ‘small boys and girls’ of any country shove its agenda on its throat.
Source: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH